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, it is expect to bring dangerous surf and gusting wind from the carolinas and into canada. martin o'malley sat down to talk about what to expect. >> we get to the mid atlantic, we have more time, not much more time. we expect if earl stays on its current track, we could see very dangerous surf, beach erosion. w-lying roads could be impacted. >> earl is down to a category 3 storm. you cannot attract earl on the -- you can track hurricane earl on our website, wbaltv.com. >> it will then said she was raped inside her home. jennifer franciotti joins us for more on the investigation because police are asking for the public's help. they are hoping somebody saw something that will lead to his arrest. >> it is terrifying. it's a nice neighborhood. i do not know what to think. >> this is the second situation i have heard of it in the neighborhood. there was a home invasion a couple of houses down. >> residents have a mixed reaction to word of a sexual assault in their neighborhood. the attack happened on monday morning. a man broke into a home in glen bernie and sexually assaulted an 83-year-old woman.
over eastern canada pulling ploice tour -- moisture down off the great lakes. and then the clouds start to come in approaching that storm. most of the day we will see that. seasonnably warm. 77-81. a tropical storm right now. as we get into the middle of the week, probably stay to the north of the caribbean islands. not the hurricane center forecast, just long-term models for bermuda and canada and maybe maine toward the end of the week or next weekend. so it looks like it will miss the easter seaboard the way things look now. you never know. our own forecast more near term here, by this evening, we begin to see more clouds and rain to the west. overnight, the rain sneaks in, and during the day tomorrow, on-again/off-again rain showers. we might get a few sun breaks by sunset. it is 7:25 or so. then on monday, there will be a little secondary front off to the northwest. it probably won't make rain. but it may increase the clouds late in the day. so seven-day forecast, 79 today, 76 tomorrow. a lot of sun, and a lot of clouds in our rain chance. partly cloudy. tuesday, wednesday, and thur
to a weather disturbance in canada. a few showers coming off of lake ontario. to our south in north carolina, a few clouds over the water. that is about it. we have sunshine here this morning. we have some clouds on occasion yesterday. i do not think we both see as many today. it has drifted further to the northeast. we will be further away from that. let's take a look outside right now. there is the sunshine with blue skies. 67 at the airport and the inner harbor at 69. the low temperature this morning was 53. 45% humidity so that number is dropping off. the barometer is rising now that the cool front and hurricane earl have moved further away. west winds at 10 miles per hour. any breeze today will be out of the west and northwest. it will not be as gusting as it was yesterday. let's take a look at the current temperatures. instead of seeing all kinds of different colors, we see greens which are the upper 60's near 70 degrees. in see green and changing to blew and blew which are the low 60's near the 50's. there is some cool air out there especially in the mountains. this is the cruelest we
of canada leaving in its wake its churned up beaches along maryland, delaware, and virginia and down into the outer banks. and of course, up around cape cod, too. they will be a little rip tide during the day today. so the high rip risk for dangerous rip currents. other than that, nice weather. pretty quiet. let's look at what's going on outside now. the sun is beginning to show up. we have generally clear skies. 72 at the inner harbor. humidity is down. barometer down but rising. the barometer is so far down because that hurricane is still nearby, relatively speaking. 600 miles away or something like that. temperatures in the yellows. they are right around the coastal areas and in the bay. pull further away, and you go to green. 70's, 60's. and then blue. 59 in frostberg. over the next couple mornings. some of these will be getting down into our area. we just adjusted the temperatures a little bit. annapolis 73. 66 at west minister. still in the 50 adds out west. -- 50's out to the west. here's the cool front. it is moving off shore now, moving all that humid air out and being repla
canada but reaching southward over -- below the great lakes. it is too far south to affect us. everything going on in the atmosphere will be to our north. let's take a wlook at wlats going on right here, right now. i mention the clear skies. very comfortable with b.w.i. marshall. down to 67. 64 at the inner harbor. 72% the humidity. 29.94 the barometric pressure. it is rising. we finally -- what's left of our hurricane is now just a low pressure center way up in eastern canada. the cold front that came through following earl is now way out to sea. so everything is quieted down considerably. the winds are down. let's put temperatures in there and show you what's going on temperature-wise. i thought it would be a little cooler than this. maybe tomorrow morning will be the coolest morning. it is still down there. easton, camebridge, and salisbury all 55. on the boardwalk it is 357. parkton is chilly at 54. 57 west minister. 54 frederick. 56 at hancock. 39 at mchenry. i thought we would see a 49 closer to us. join us again tomorrow morning and we'll check up on that and see what happens. clea
at progressive.com. >> a stabbing near penn station is under in canada -- is under investigation. we're checking bob ehrlich's new tv ad. those stories and more at 11. >> you could not have asked for a nicer stretch of weather. >> most likely, this was beautiful for labor day weekend. fifties' this morning, not quite as school tonight, down to 60 on average rate almost 90 tomorrow but then a cold front will usher in a fall-like air for the weekend. we're hoping that will trigger some showers, but it's only running a 20% chance of widely scattered showers and then back to the dry weather which makes you think about football. >> you are thinking about that before the temperature change. >> but now it will feel like football. >> one week from tonight, the ravens kickoff the season at the new meadowlands stadium -- new meadowlands stadium. >> thank you for joining us. nbc nightly news with brian williams's up next. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i vote
stars. jeffrey canada is ceo of the harlem children's zone, whose public charter schools educate ki kids from birth through colleges. last night, you spoke in terms of the nation, almost in terms of national security. >> you know, this is the problem we have, brian. we're the only remaining superpower in the world and we're moving towards a third world education system for our kids. the two things don't equate. i see people and they're trying to hold onto the status quo, acting like the kids are doing great. we're not in the top ten, not even in the top 20 anymore and this is a crisis for this nation. we need to do something dramatic to change this. pretending that we can keep doing what failed for 10, 20, 30 years is a disaster waiting to happen in america. >> lester touched on this. the film is largely about charter schools. that's really the -- they're red hot right now and that's if hot button. what do you like to remind people about charter schools? >> we have to start with the public schools. these are public schools that aren't controlled by these usual rules and regulations. ofte
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? >> earl is clearing new england and heading to the maritime provinces of canada. >> it has gotten over -- it was far enough off shore it was just a big squalor really for us. nearby in the mid-atlantic region, hatteras probably got the worst of it. it wasn't probably as bad as it could have been. in new england the storm has weakened. now, as as always happens behind a hurricane, you get excellent weather. here's the radar. h.d. doppler showing the eye of the storm. the radar is only seeng the wench half of the storm. the eastern half of the storm is too far away from the radar to pick up any echos. mostly up in the state of maine now. one good squalor line running through vermont and new hampshire and down into massachusetts. a couple showers along lake eerie, and that's associated with a cool front that went through. that's the next big thing. cooler air is coming in behind this. a cool front has cleared the area without rain behind this. we'll talk about a terrific holiday weekend. summer is on the way out. it is all coming up with the insta-weather plus forecast. >> earl has come a
of sunshine with no rain nearby. the closest rain is up in maine and canada. here is a look at the hd doppler radar. sunshine as far south as our area. tropical storm earl moving up into canada. it is moving out of the picture. let's take a look at the large picture here. some rain in the gulf coast region where the air is more tropical. a few showers in montana. that is it. very quiet weather except for the northeastern corner of the u.s. let's look at the sunshine. a beautiful morning. 72 but the airport and 74 at the inner harbor. the humidity is way down at 43% which will make this nice. perfect weather for the labor day weekend. i almost did not want to see summer going away. the barometer is low but rising that earl's leaving. finally we can get the barometer of there. west winds are picking up 12-24 miles per hour. today would be the 12th in a row that we have not had significant rain. yesterday we had a trace of right which was an outer band of earl along the western shore of the day. if has been 12 days without any significant rain. we have a deficit for the month of about 0.3 inch.
is writing pretty far north. it will go through upstate new york and southeast canada and northern maine. these areas will stay north of the pennsylvania line today. we do not expect much effect from this particular whether feature. let's look at what happened yesterday. it was nice outside with low humidity. 78 at the airport and 80 at the inner harbor. morning lows yesterday or in the 52 to 60 range. their readings are that low because the moisture content of the air has dropped off. annapolis, 66. salisbury, 53. the same at the boardwalk and ocean city, very pleasant. 57, westminster. 46 at frostburg. the mounds are really nice and chilly. here you see this cool air reaching from new england and into the upper great lakes. you do see some warmer air near chicago and back into iowa and missouri. this will start to sneak into our area. it will start tomorrow -- even today. today will be warmer than yesterday. the actual storm is back in the plains states. coming out montana and into the dakotas. basically it is a big area of high pressure sitting over us and that means some great weathe
morning. the consumer products safety commission an canada are announcing these recalls, a lot of fisher-price brand name items here. we begin with 7 million fisher-price trikes and tough trikes sold in the u.s. and canada. the trikes have a protruding plastic key known to cause injury to children's genitals. they are intended for children between the ages of 2 and 5, sold from january of '97 through september 2010. if you have one, fisher-price will replace that key. also replacing more than a million healthy care, easy clean and close to me high chairs. there are pegs on the back of the legs meant for storage and reports of at least 14 children being injured after falling on or against those pegs. fisher-price recalling more than 3 million infant toys sold under a number of names, baby play zone, gymnastics, ocean wonders, a choking hazard there and 120,000 little people wheelies because they can come off and cause a choking hazard. fisher-price this morning said it wants to assure its customers its products are overwhelmingly safe. we talked to the consumer products commission chairma
some rain in extreme eastern canada, but that's about it. the storm is just about over with. so as far as the forecast goes for today, there goes igor. and the nation's kind of split. the southeast, the deep south, very hot. still feels like summer out there. some record highs are possible. there's a cooler air mass that has settled over the great lakes and new england. so it's definitely a split forecast. you can see chicago, 75. atlanta, 91. so we're still in the 90s from texas to florida. more or less in the late summer/fall air mass as you'd expect from chicago, detroit, all the way into areas of the east. but it's quiet today. not a lot of wet weather. that's a look at your monday forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. sunshine, another 90 degree day possible in raleigh, north carolina. houston today, very warm. we had a lot of heavy rain over the weekend in south texas. that should slowly improve today. some showers in the forecast. lynn, we'll sneak in to fall this week. give you the forecast coming up. >> it's here. all right, bill, thank you. >>> remem
on this friday. let me take you through the forecast heading into the weekend. cooler air coming down from canada. today, it's chillier in kansas city, chicago and minneapolis. it's cool her for your saturday, at least, but that really cool air won't arrive in areas like atlanta until sunday. so that's the theme. slowly, but surely we're going to cool it off. sunday, we have a chance for showers and thunderstorms in the east, but atlanta, it's ban long time since you've been in the 70s for a high and that will be much in the southeast, too. d.c., you have one more two more hot days and fall officially arrives for you. >>> well, if you're watching us on who13, des moines, iowa, check out the state's largest arts and crafts fair with over 300 exhibiters all at the iowa state fairgrounds. that's your "early today" event of the day. i imagine you would go to the crafts and head over to the deep fried oreos. >> i go straight to the deep fried ors. what are you thinking? >> deep fried twinkies? >> it's so sinful, it's perfectly delicious. i'll try it next time i see it. >>> up on the silver screen this
of canada and trying to push toward our region. the most recent showers at the canadian border have been running out of steam and moisture. we have a couple of scattered clouds associated with that. that is what we're seeing today. the front went through our region almost unnoticed and then scattered cloud cover. high pressure coming in behind it should deliver another beautiful day tomorrow. this front may be of little stronger and more organized as it comes in thursday evening which is the next best chance for rain. tomorrow will be a beauty. highs from 77-82 and a west breeze at 6-12 miles per hour. sunrise is at 6:48 a.m. and will go down at 7:15 p.m. on the day tomorrow, western wins a wider than today with waves around 1 foot. now advisories for the water tomorrow. water temperatures around 75 degrees. a beautiful day out in the western maryland mountains. near the bay, sunshine in abundance with temperatures right around 80 degrees. brands will be lighter out of the west mark. lower eastern shore, of warmer with mostly sunny skies. ocean city and surrounding areas should have beau
disturbance in canada, all tied to this front in the west. it is not very active, though. clouds are just not generating. with all of this humidity would think that something was going on, but it is just not happening at all. when this front comes through in less than 24 hours it will have little or no rain with it at all. but the air will cool. today, mostly sunny. unseasonably hot and humid, southwest wind that 5 to 15. the dewpoint is right near 70 and that means very humid. 1995, the afternoon temperature range. -- 90-95 the afternoon temperature range. 7:00 p.m. is sense that now. -- is sunset now. down in the tropics is where we have all of our storm activity. it looks like tropical storm matthew is going to take a turn to the north. something tells me it developed and there -- something else may develop down there. tropical storm ely's is way down indialantic. here is what -- is way down in the atlantic. here is what happens to matthew over the next five days. it does not move much at all. it is -- it just gets stuck over the yucatan peninsula, diminishes in strength. it maybe not
, canada back who would have thought it would have gone that far? >> holy moly. the boys said this will be the sending ahe sptries note with a balloon. experts say releasing helium balloons in the atmosphere is not good for the environment. >> he is a cute little boy. 66 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we'll check your traffic and weather together. >> we will tell you about a teenage trend that some are co >> there is a trend going on with young women. >> it has come to light within the last few years. erica edwards explains. >> an estimated 20% of people have engaged in some form of self-injury. >> they deliberately damaged their own body tissues, but not with the aim of killing themselves. >> cutting is the most common form of practice that leaves visible scars. self embedding, where people insert small items deep into their skin, white paper clips and glass. radiologists stumbled upon this behavior while studying ultrasound data. >> i was seeing reports coming through with small notes that said self inflicted or self inserted. >> the objects are not visible to the naked eye.
to our website wbaltv.com to see canada profiles and much more. the plan to burn the koran. >> we will take you to the first purple friday of what many will be a can miss season. >> why some pills smokeless tobacco is a bigger threat than cigarettes. >> watching their faces as they watched the videos. they thought that people had done bad things. >> nine years later. hall local high schoolers remember the worst attack ever on american soil. >> it will feel like all this weekend. we may get some much-needed rainfall. i will break down the forecast for you straight ahead. >> americans had no idea of the terror that was coming our way. if the september 10, 2001. in a matter of hours, our world would change forever. it stands that a moment that no one will forget. the lasting of images make it impossible. on the eve of the anniversary of 9/11, we went to a high school to ask students about what they remember. >> all we knew is that they brought everyone outside and told as we read going to go home early. >> i came to school in the morning and saw my teacher crying. she did not explain
to maryland in terms of its devastating effects but parts of the northeast and canada weren't as lucky. this is earl making land fall in nova scotia early this morning. it's being blamed for the death of a man who drowned while he was trying to secure his boat in halifax. here's a look at earl last night as it hit the northeast as a tropical storm. this was taken about the same time earl's eye was passing nan tact -- nantucket off the coast of massachusetts. numerous flights were canceled and am track services were -- and amtrak services were delayed. plans were disrupted for thousands of vacationers this labor day weekend and while one business owner said earl didn't leave much damage, his hotel is feeling consequences. >> about 60% of her business isn't here today. we would normally expect to be sold out for the weekend. this is a very big weekend for us to ep -- to end the sum we are a bang. but it's -- we'd rather have it like this than be cleaning up debris. >> no word on the impact, if any, that earl had on ocean city business this is holiday weekend. the investigation into what
the canada as we go through the weekend, nice cool canadian air will be rushing in. relief! your weekend forecast is coming up. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >>> good morning, if you're just waking up on "early today," in sport, a busy night on the gridiron as college football season opened one a full slate of games. here's fred roggin with a early look at your sports headline. >>> good morning, kicking off the football season with 25 teams in action. jacoby harris making an early bid for the heisman trophy. 13 is a lucky number for miami. they won big, 45-0. one heisman hopeful. terrell pryor led number tw
lucky here in the united states, our friends in canada won't be so lucky. earl is about to make landfall as a very strong tropical storm in nova scotia. so the most damage that earl will sprou going to happen take up this from halifax down to nova scotia. 70-miles-per-hour winds, but the storm is moving quickly. so by later today, the storm will be long gone. so what's next? september is the peak of the hurricane season. usually one storm after another. it looks like we'll miss the storm once again. this is a slow moving system, should be near puerto rico about five days from now, so we have plenty of time to watch it and there's no threat to the united states as we go through the labor day weekend. back to you. >>> overseas, they're still as cessing the damage this morning after a major earthquake in new zealand. it measure 7.1 and was centered on the south island just west of christ church, the country's second largest city. melissa stokes of tvnz is in christ church for us. we know there was certain for people trapped in rubble. what do we know about any rescues or cualties at this ho
into canada by this time tomorrow night. what do we owe for the nice timely shredding of this big storm? >> well, it was a combination of things, brian. the storm went through a cycle. it was a weakening ski ining cyt came to cape hatteras and the jet stream affected it. there's where the hurricane force sustained winds were. only about 60 miles off of cape hatteras last night. these were the hurricane-force gusts. we got 82, 83 mile an hour gusts on the cape. it did what it was supposed to do and we were just lucky. this is going to be one of those "could have been worse" situations. here we go into mid evening tonight. there you see tropical storm-force winds on cape cod there, the very tip of long island and the hurricane-force winds stay offshore. then late tonight and into early tomorrow, the end of the cape gets clipped and so does nantucket. there's still going to be problems there. even in the metro boston area, they have a flash flood watch for the boston providence corridor from fringe effects. by morning it's done. the weekend looks good, but we still have to get through this
generous nations on earth. the u.s. has fallen in terms of generosity behind new zealand, australia, canada, the u.s. is tied with switzerland for fifth place. >>> arnie duncan was at a high school to announce this year's list of blue ribbon schools. they are being recognized for efforts to raise achievement levels of disadvantaged and minority students. you can see the full list on our website tonight at nightly.msnbc.com. we also learned today u.s. fighter jets were nearly launched last month to shoot down an unmanned navy drone that had gone astray in the air space near the nation's capital. the admiral in charge of the northern command said he was in the operations center when controllers lost contact with the drone on radar and it flew into restricted air space. just as the fighter aircraft were about to launch apparently the navy managed to reprogram the drone and bring it back. >>> on wall street today, stocks finished modestly higher on a very light trading day. the dow finished up just over 28 points. when our broadcast continues tonight from new orleans, making a difference by hel
night. we will clear to mark after some showers and storms in the morning. much cooler air from canada over the weekend. 69 on sunday. >> thank you. it is 68 degrees on tv hill. much more ahead -- >> including a look at your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. good luck. man: let me see the map. just drive, we'll get there! adventure runs on dunkin', with our lineup of oven-toasted breakfast sandwiches. grab your favorite, just the way you like it. with three freshly baked bagel twists for only $3, like our delicious new tomato basil or sweet chocolate chip, so grab three for 3 today. [ ding! ] >> are you tired of playing tricks with their kids to get them to eat healthy foods? a california business is trying to make it easier for you. carrot farmers are marketing carrots like junk food, making them appear to be fun. there are trying to attract kids of all ages. --re are ^ vending machines there are carrot vending machines. let me know how that works out for you. >> my kids like carrots. >> tried brussels
. >> reporter: at a fish farm in canada, scientists are turning these tiny atlantic salmon eggs into a sort of super fish, injecting them with a growth hormone from chinook salmon. the company, aqua bounty, says the science can put more salmon on dinner plates. >> in terms of the appearance, the taste, the texture, and the biology, the salmon is the same. >> reporter: but consumer health and environmental groups have dubbed the salmon franken fish. and ben and jerry's ice cream has launched a something's fishy campaign. >> today, it's the fish we're talking about. but very soon it will be a genetically engineered pig, a chicken. >> reporter: in d.c. today, mixed reaction. >> just common sense. i think it's not supposed to be healthy. >> would i eat genetically enhanced food? we're already doing it in processed foods. >> reporter: since no one has ever eaten genetically engineered fish before, the concern is hidden dangers, especially since so many people have violent allergic reactions to fish. fda research has determined the salmon is safe to eat. but the chief scientists today told the fd
liquid into a vapor mess. >> an unusual and striking sight for drivers in canada. they saw what appeared to be a young girl running across the street. it is really a 3 d illusion that is painted on the street. the painting is part of a safety program in vancouver to get drivers to slow down. not everyone thinks this is a good idea. some think the painting will attract much attention from drivers and cause them to hit a car or hit someone for real. others said, driving over the girl was a terrifying experience. >> it is hard to see on television. after 24 years of the oprah winfrey show, the final season kicks off on monday. it will have a preview. >> now that students are back in the classroom, it may be hard to keep the communication habits they developed over the summer. we will take a look at testing. >> it feels like a fall in the air today. tonight, it will be downright chilly. i will break down that seven-day forecast. 75 out of the airport. i'm bob ehrlich. i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four y
south out of canada here. this front will come through tomorrow night. in the short term, high pressure will be in control, so we'll see a lot of sunshine today, and temperatures will climb in the upper 70's to around 80 he is. let me give you a quick update on the tropics. this is hurricane igor. the others are dissipating. julia is a tropical storm, so julia is a player. it is a category 2 hurricane. it is expected to cross right over bermuda late tomorrow and into tomorrow night. now, if the i of the storm passes to the west of bermuda, they are going to get the brunt of it, and there is going to be serious damage on the island. as a matter of fact, they will probably get rain and tropical storm conditions tonight and tomorrow morning. obviously if you have travel plans to bermuda, will you want to watch what happens with igor. we will get dangerous rip currents. the high temperature between 75 and 80. sunrise coming up at 6:50. mostly clear tonight and cool again. about the same as last night. temperatures between 51 and 61. sunset at 10 -- the front comes through monday night and b
-weather plus together. >> we are looking at some delays on 95 in harford canada. we are searching for an accident around mountain road. we are not sure if it is north or south down. we see delays developing. eastbound route 40 at the patapsco river bridge, there is an accident clearing from the right lane. heavy spots on the west side from 795 towards i-70 in the outer loop. at old york road, there is a downed tree. there are some downed wires left over from the storm last night. you can see the west side is picking up in volume. on 95, there are some delays developing just beyond the exit for mountain road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now we get the latest from sandra shaw. she is showing some really nice cars this morning. >> this is a 1989 lambert guinlamborghini. is one of the many vehicles that will be out here on sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the viva italia course elegance car show. you will be able to see these luxury italian cars and some yachts, as well. you have been involved in this for a while. >> i have been doing this for six years. we hope t
scale satellite picture. the whole thing going on. the storm system up over eastern canada, maritime provinces are providing a west-northwest flow of air over us, keem keeping temperatures a little below average. we have seen this cloudiness drop up. we have a new front coming in. the front moving in. a complex system. the high pressure over us will be sliding over the east allowing for the clouds and rain to eventually get here. so our forecast today a mix of sun and then clouds moving in later on this afternoon and this evening. seasonnably warm. up near 80 degrees or so. it depends on how quickly clouds come in. southeast winds eventually at 5 to 10 miles per hour. we have tropical storm igor out to the atlantic. we are also watching a disturbance that moved into the caribbean now for potential development. our own forecast, we look at that rain moving into the area, across the day during the day sunday. we may see sun breaks if things move quickly enough, and then we have had it dry out on monday a little bit, but it looks like a little secondary appearance. so our forecast calls
storm hermine is about to get into oklahoma. the next front that comes out of western canada mike trope -- might pull some of the tropical moisture in our direction so that by sunday we have a better chance for showers, but that is only about 40%. until then, the dryness persists into the weekend. a small crafted by three on the bay for breasts to 25 knots and two to 3 foot-four guys up to 25 knots and two to 3 foot waves. -- for gusts up to 25 knots and two to 3 foot waves. the seven-day forecast, heights in the '70s and lows in the 50's through friday. -- highs in the 70's and those in the 50's through friday. >> we want to get an update on that breaking news, that fire. let's go back to captain roy taylor. >> we were just talking about how bad the windstar. the winds have actually carry this from -- how bad the winds are. the winds have actually carried it is from one side of the street to the other. you can see that the roof of this house is burning and they have not had a chance to get any water on it. it is a three-alarm fire and there are concerns that it could spot -- it could
as democrats. >> they say the no-canada will has been in place for 20 years. >> it has nothing to do with politics. >> a former delegate told us "my recollection is that i participated in the parade." another republican candidate -- today, the parade had the upper to the to present the growth rules, and they have been consistent. >> they may have -- that might have been the case, but i was able to participate last year. >> the parade is not a political forum. >> all i am asking for is a fair treatment. all or nothing. >> the incumbents expected to participate are lorne parker and nancy phelps. >> the time is not a close sixth. it is 73 degrees. still ahead, dr. kim hammond answers your pet questions. >> with the maryland lottery is here with the five hottest scratch-offs. >> the approach in front will help bring temperatures down. it will not generate rain. >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> it is a nice morning. we are starting off alarm. yesterday, 95 was the high. that tied the record. in the district of columbia, they made it to 99. a coo
like brazil and canada and australia, and you look for countries not to own that have relatively low interest rates, and that would be japan and yes, perhaps the united states. >> so we shouldn't then have expectations that we're going to see real growth in the united states or are there policies or things to be done to get growth moving again? do we need more government stimulus, for example? >> well, i think we need continued government stimulus, but in a different form. i mean, up until this point, policies have been ad hoc. the recent policies in terms of cash for clunkers and extended benefits for unemployment, tax cuts is now on the table for small businesses. these are all ad hoc. what needs to be done in our opinion is a coordinated policy, much like is happening in china, and much as what has occurred in the 1930s with fdr. it needs to be directed towards a yes infrastructure, directed towards green energy, but certainly less ad hoc and more structurally-oriented as economists call it. >> bill, you recently testified in washington about your ideas to fix fannie mae and fredd
students that have unmet needs. what canada and what syracuse is doing. >> after our interview with president obama yesterday, you also have to remember you can't only point your finger at teachers there, issues of poverty, families that aren't together, parents that aren't involved, there's a lot of blame to go around. >> that's why we keep pushing for these wrap around services because we have to help all kids regardless of whether parents are engaged. i love those parents that were engaged in the movie. but we have to help all kids. >> it makes the teacher even more important so that's why having only good teachers in those classrooms is important. >> let me say one more thing is that none of us can tolerate bad teaching or bad teachers. but there's not a bad teacher et epidemic in this country, there are teachers whoever day work their hearts out for their students, they take money from their pockets to help with school supplies, let's root them on, let's help them, help them do a good job because they need to be rooted on by americans. >> it's 19 minutes after the hour, on
in their native canada, she news was shocking. janis had untreatable bone cancer in her pelvis, a tumor the size of a woman's hand. doctors said the only way to get the tumor was to cut off the lower part of her body and put her back together again. the risk was enormous. janis would lose one of her legs and no guarantee her remaining leg would be okay. >> their goal was for me to survive, to see my babies grow. >> reporter: surgery could not be done while janis was pregnant and she had her baby delivered early by c-section. her son, leland, was born healthy but janis had a tough road ahead. her family traveled to the mayo clinic in minnesota. and they practiced on cadavers. >> she was the first person we tried it on. >> reporter: doctors called the pelvic construction pogo stick rebuild performed in two separate operations. during the first procedure, the surgical team removed janis' left leg, half of her pelvis where the tumor was located, her tailbone an left spine. in the second operation, they took the top portion of the leg removed, rotated it and secured it to her pelvis. then, they shift
this evening is at 7:17 p.m. this high-pressure stretches all the way back across southern canada which is building south and east helping to build and push this past. this should have another nice day tomorrow. this will start to reorganize as we had to work thursday night into friday morning. that represents our next best chance for showers. it is quite on the western end of this fraud. when it gets here, toward thursday night and friday morning, only scattered showers. while we have a chance for rain, not a chance for a lot of rain. were scattered activity. but in the meantime, 50's tonight and 70 around 80 tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. but the cloud will be -- clouds will be approaching. enjoy the sunshine tomorrow. it will be pretty nice with 77- 82 degrees. west winds averaging six have been told last hour. the sunrise will be at 6:48 a.m. west wins tomorrow. 5-10 knot breeze with ways around 1 foot. the bay water temperatures are -- from the low to mid 70's. 73 tomorrow after we get into the 40's tonight in some of the cooler areas. we will warm up a little smile afternoon. a
in great britain and canada believe they found the cause of a migraine headaches. they trigger quickly with pain that affects millions of people. >> many migraine sufferer assert -- suffers, this is how i'd starts. it is called the core -- aura. it is the morning of the crippling headache that is soon to follow. all she can do is lay down in a darkroom. migraines can ruin lives. >> i go to lots of events like weddings, parties, but i think the worst thing is how unpredictable they are. you can never know you will get one. you never know when you'll be able to make a really important meeting if you get one or something like that. the answer to the is the worst thing about it. >> scientists in oxford have a lot of the secrets of migraines. they have discovered a gene they think causes the attacks. >> we believe that the gene is in the the key area that is involved in my brain development. what it is doing there is controlling the likelihood that these parts of the brain will fire off and activate. the way i like to think about it is to consider this. what is happening in migraine patient
. >> coming from a little town in canada, i never thought i would be in this position. thank you to everybody. thank you to all my fans. >> reporter: the real trademark of this show has been rock stars behaving badly. and this year host chelsea handler egged on the celebs in the audience. >> so i want to encourage everyone to be on their worst behavior. >> reporter: there was that moment last year when taylor swift was accepting her award. >> so thank you so much for giving me a chance to win a vma award. >> reporter: and kanye west jumped onstage hogging the microphone. >> but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. >> reporter: west was widely condemned for doing that and even drew a rebuke from president obama. >> he's a jackass. >> reporter: this year as clips of that incident played on an old black and white tv, swift sang a song about innocence and forgiveness. ♪ i guess you really did it this time ♪ >> reporter: west also performed. an obscenity-laced song poking fun at his critics and perhaps also at himself. ♪ making her first tv appearance after being let out of jail i
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. >> great weather. >> we should have that nonstorm -- storm more often. >> people in canada wouldn't agree. they got hit yesterday. we're going to tell you what's happening in the gulf of mexico. there's been a big job down there where crews have raised that massive blowout preventer from the keep. this is what it looks like, all the talk has been about these months, five-story tall, 300 ton piece of machinery now on a rig headed to na a nasa facility and try to figure out why it didn't do its job, didn't seal the oil like it was supposed to. the latest on the investigation and live report on one of the ships over the site. >> it's no secret mid term elections could be a challenge for incumbents, those on the democratic side of the aisles. now reports are swirling the much-needed help on the campaign trail could be on it ways from the white house, from the first lady. find out why it's michele obama and not the president that congressional democrats want at their side coming up. >> then in our next half hour, two big legal battles over two big fortunes. the first involves a reclusive and m
the north out of the southern part of canada. we can see a few high, thin clouds back behind the front, so we'll call it partly to mostly sunny today, but generally a nice monday. then the clouds you see on the edge of your screen there, that's the outer band, believe it or not, from igor. this is a huge storm. it's weaker, but, you know, it's about 600, 700 miles across almost. anyhow, it moved across bermuda last night as a category one hurricane. we didn't much damage reports, no catastrophic damage. it did have a big storm surge. it was carrying a huge wall of water with it, and it's moving away now, and we can finally say goodbye to igor. so for us here at home, partly to mostly sunny, breezy, nice. high temperatures this afternoon will be in the upper 70's. sun sets just about now at 6:52. beautiful sunrise. go out and take a look at it. i mentsd sunrise, not sunset. sunset this evening at 7:07. temperatures are going to drop bang into the upper 40's in the cooler northwest suburbs, mid to upper 50's around the city. seven-day forecast, after the cool start on tuesday, sunshine will
who became a chancellor of the washington, d.c. embattled schools. jeffrey canada became a national -- created the harlem children's zone. how much were you inspired by these individuals and what was their frustration as they tried to effect change in a short time? >> they feel the stakes. what's exciting is a revolution is happening. the revolution has come up from teachers, all the people you mentioned, all the reformers that are proving you can teach every kid and even some of the toughest neighborhoods, these came from teachers. they have now proven that it can be done. now it's about getting enough political will. people believing and making tough choices to give every kid in america a great education. >> it's provocative. it has people talking and people should see it. davis, thanks for talking about "waiting for superman." we're going to be screening the film to invited guests here at learning plaza tonight. it will be interesting to get their thoughts. many of them are educators. >>> we are going to talk about another film maker and "the 10th inning" after these messages. su
to the table fresh. it's already happening in places like canada, norway and vietnam. when we make food smarter, we make it safer. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. >>> we're back. joining me editor of the "national review" and fox news contributor, rich lowry, e.j. dionne from "the washington post," charlie cook from "the cook political report" and erin burnett. welcome. you heard senator graham say he could support the president with a tax credit for corporation. is this what the business community wants to hear more from the administration? >> they do. that tax credit is very popular. likely to go through. it has a big price tag to it. they like it. they of course want to hear more. some of them along the lines of we can create more jobs if we have more tax breaks for business. it looks like the research credit is something that will be popular and get support on both sides of the aisle for that but that's as far as he'll go. >> big picture, the president maintains in response to the job numbers, we're going in the right direction here. we're part of the
which was on its way to pakistan from canada. the man was a canadian citizen of pakistani origin. no explosives were found on him and police say they let the man go after questioning. health care for all is the great concept, and one local clinic is expanding. >> some experts are saying yes. find out the results of the shocking news study. >> and sickle cell anemia is a common problem for many african americans. but a new program could change but a new program could change that difficulty. you'll never go back to your old duster. [ funny voice ] hey, duster! wanna attract dust like swiffer 360 duster? then try the magnet hat! ♪ whoa! wow! [ female announcer ] sorry, duster, but swiffer 360 dusters attract dust with over 500,000 fibers and lock it away to clean better than a feather duster. swiffer's built smarter to clean better. ♪ she blinded me with science >> in this morning's medical alert, a possible link between a common virus and childhood obesity. the virus affects stem cells in the body turning them into fat. a study found 15% have the virus and the majority of those
the summer before on a family camping trip across the river in canada. >> middle of the night the bonfire was going and at that time that song "proud to be an american." she was singing that song just as loud. that was the type of person. she enjoyed life. >> reporter: and in the last couple of years she discovered boys. >> all i remember is she used to come home from school and write boys' names like 50 times. i love scott or i love dave. >> reporter: the boy's name she was writing the most that spring was scott. theresa olechowski, cindy's best friend since the second grade, like sisters in their matching too cool for school white boots with buckles -- >> we wore those shoes everywhere. >> reporter: -- was at the mall when cindy's crush on scott began. >> scott had a couple of friends with him. we passed by. we started talking to them. they started talking to us. and i think they had a lot of the same interests. >> reporter: cathy bouford was cindy's other great friend from school and sleepovers. >> she was really head over heels in love with them but it wasn't anything like a long, dee
as good. >> there could be differences in seasonings and flavors that make them alike. >> canada dry ginger ail versus generic ginner ale. >> fruit loops versus fruit swirls. these have an artificial flavor, kind of reminiscent of household cleaner, that doesn't mean uniformly good, it just means they taste alike. >> and also good for counter tops. tell me about the yogurt story. >> we had a dan nonyogurt and a food lion yogurt, we thought it had a better vanilla flavor in the food lion. >> danon, 2.14, the food lion, 1.86. the heins ketchup, is a very distedi distinctive flavor. where the foot pantry, was mostly tomatoey. >> the taste testers opted for the brand name item. starting out oscar meyer deli turkey, better than stop and shop. >> because you could tell it was turkey. >> this one was kind of nondescript and it looked like ham but you couldn't tell. >> and sergeanto's is better. and bumble bee chunk tuna, versus the generic, your testerses like the bumble bee. >> we tested it, it was tuna and it had kind of a tinney taste. >> and some of your store brands, they really can sa
contestants, maybe he'll change the name to world's perfect teen. >> good luck in the ms. canada contest. >>> just ahead, tori spelling on her marriage and her new children's book after your local news. [ woman ] nine iron, it's almost tee-time... time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. ask about the skid plates. ask if they're a full-protection five-piece package. ask if they're solid steel. or...don't ask. but you'll find out eventually. ♪ but you'll find out eventually. in 2008 i quit venture capital to follow my passion for food. i saw a gap in the market for a fresh culinary brand and launched behindtheburner.com. we create and broadcast content and then distribute it across tv, the web, and via mobile. i even use the web to get paid. with acceptpay from american express open, we now invoice advertisers and receive payments digitally. and i get paid on average three weeks faster. booming is never looking for a check in
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